‘Incorporate inclusion in university curriculum’

KATHMANDU, July 20: experts and educators have stressed the need of incorporating inclusion in the media curriculum of

At an interaction organized by Jagaran Media Centre on ‘Inclusion in University Journalism Education’ on Monday, the speakers pointed out the need of policy reform, including research and of inclusion.

of journalism and mass communication at Tribhuvan University, Chiranjivi Khanal, admitted that although had included some of the issues, it was not adequate in terms of inclusion. The curriculum could be more inclusive based on thorough discussion and research.

Similarly, chair of journalism of Purvanchal University, Dr Suresh Acharya, informed that additional research and foundation were required to add issues of inclusion in the university curriculum.

Chief of media studies at Kathmandu University, Dr Sudhamshu Dahal, shared that physical participation of marginalized community in university could help incorporate their issues in curriculu

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‘Incorporate inclusion in university curriculum’

KATHMANDU, July 20: Media experts and educators have stressed the need of incorporating inclusion in the media curriculum of university. 

At an interaction organized by Jagaran Media Centre on ‘Inclusion in University Journalism Education’ on Monday, the speakers pointed out the need of policy reform, including and issues of inclusion.

Chief of journalism and mass communication at Tribhuvan University, Chiranjivi Khanal, that although TU had included some of the issues, it not adequate in terms of inclusion. The curriculum could be made more inclusive on thorough discussion and research.

Similarly, chair of journalism committee of Purvanchal University, Dr Suresh Acharya, informed that additional research and foundation were required to add issues of inclusion in the university curriculum.

Chief of media studies at Kathmandu University, Dr Sudhamshu Dahal, shared that physical participation of marginalized community in university could help incorporate their issues in curriculu

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‘Incorporate inclusion in university curriculum’

, July 20: Media experts and educators have stressed the need of incorporating inclusion in the media curriculum of university. 

At an interaction organized by Jagaran Media Centre on ‘Inclusion in University Journalism ’ on Monday, the speakers pointed out the need of policy reform, including research and of inclusion.

Chief of journalism and mass at Tribhuvan University, Chiranjivi Khanal, that although TU had included some of the issues, it was not adequate in terms of inclusion. The curriculum could be made more inclusive on thorough discussion and research.

Similarly, chair of journalism committee of Purvanchal University, Dr Suresh Acharya, informed that additional research and foundation were required to add issues of inclusion in the university curriculum.

Chief of media studies at Kathmandu University, Dr Sudhamshu , shared that physical participation of marginalized community in university could help incorporate their issues in curriculu

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‘Incorporate inclusion in university curriculum’

, July 20: Media experts and educators have stressed the need of incorporating inclusion in the media curriculum of university. 

At an interaction organized by Jagaran Media Centre on ‘Inclusion in University Journalism Education’ on Monday, the pointed out the need of policy reform, including and of inclusion.

Chief of journalism and mass communication at , Chiranjivi Khanal, admitted that although TU had included some of the issues, it was not adequate in terms of inclusion. The curriculum could be made more inclusive based on thorough discussion and research.

Similarly, chair of journalism committee of Purvanchal University, Dr Suresh Acharya, informed that additional research and foundation were to add issues of inclusion in the university curriculum.

Chief of media studies at Kathmandu University, Dr Sudhamshu Dahal, shared that physical participation of marginalized community in university could help incorporate their issues in curriculu

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